Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said violence is not acceptable in the nation, in any form. "Whether in the name of religious faith or political inclination, it will not be accepted," he said. The prime minister remarks come on the close heels of Haryana violence that claimed more than 35 live and left 250 people injured in the past two days.
“India is the land of Mahatma Gandhi and Lord Buddha. Violence is not acceptable in the nation, in any form,”he said.
While addressing the nation on his 35th Mann Ki Baat,he said those who take law in their own hands, will not be spared, whoever they are.
He said, “Those who take the law in their hands or take to violence will not be spared, whoever they are.”
Those who take the law in their hands or take to violence will not be spared, whoever they are: PM Modi— ANI (@ANI) August 27, 2017
He said such people who indulge in violence , they will have to face law and guilty will not be spared.